Dec 21

We are looking for Drilling Cuttings Screw Conveyors partner,since we are solids control system manufacturer.When designing a total mud system,we need to integrate drilling cuttings screw conveyors.

  1. Drilling Cuttings Screw Conveyors (Augers)

1 x ±24ft screw type cutting conveyor fitted with independent electrical motor and with sensor capable to stop the engine if any alien body is engaged into the screw.

Conveyor should be calculated to absorb overflow of cuttings when drilling 26” or 17” hole (1000gpm flow rate).

1 x ±36ft screw type cutting conveyor as above.Which are used before the drilling mud shale shakers.

We only work with manufacturer for drilling type cuttings converor,if you are interested,please send your info. to

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One Response to “Drilling Cuttings Screw Conveyors”

  1. 1. Brian Campbell Says:

    I am looking at a project where we will have to transport Oil Based Mud and water based mud drill cuttings with Augers. These will be 24″ augers and 35 and 60 ft long. Can you tell me what the transport rate of cuttings, maximum loading the augers can cope with and how these rates are calculated.Its a 30 hp motor on the auger with minimal inclination – how does the loading also change with inclination?

    Brian Campbell
    Chief Technology Officer

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